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Holding the Police Accountable

How does discriminatory policing affect us?

  • Tara in Brooklyn, NY said: It saddens me, a wife and a mother of a young black boy, who will one day grow up. Will he have to endure this? Will he one day not make it home because he was stopped and frisked by police officers for no reason whatsoever? I'm not only saddened but angered by this matter. I hope and pray that it will stop.

  • Nigeria in New York, NY said: I feel it is absurd that my teenage son who is at the top of his class, a great athlete, and artistic child can be stopped for no reason at all. O wait the reason is that he is a black man child. My husband and I go to great pains to make sure that he is not travelling outside of our neighborhood without us and have had to get him a NYS Non-Drivers Identification just so that he would have some form of identification on him in the event that he is stopped. He is 15 years old. This illegal practice must stop!

  • Laura in New York, NY said: My son, who owns his own business although he is only 21, who is smart and hardworking and an honest upstanding citizen has been stopped and frisked and searched by the NYPD simply because of the color of his skin. This is wrong. I always taught him to respect policemen but this disgusting and most racist practice makes it difficult to do so. I urge you to reform this practice.